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Member since July 23, 2008

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    Daniel Gianstefani

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  1. Review - Mozilla Firefox for Windows (32-bit)

    8.0 Alpha 2 (Aurora) (Aug 19, 2011)

    Moron, its typed misleadingly but anyone with *some* intelligence understands.

    9.0 alpha is better.

  2. Review - CPU-Z

    1.58 (Jun 25, 2011)

    Remember that if you deselect 'install ask toolbar' but leave other ones like set my home page to then it might still install toolbar.

    I just untick EVERYTHING thats not related to the program I'm installing

  3. Review - Mozilla Firefox for Windows (32-bit)

    5.0 (Jun 20, 2011)

    Can people stop trolling.

    OK, its not for 'windows 5.0'
    OK, its only an RC, but who cares, mozilla RCs are as stable as finals anyway.

    The thing about internet arguments is, even if you win, you're still retarded

  4. Review - DVDFab All-In-One for Windows (Jan 6, 2011)

    Nooblets and nooblings you are.

    If you are worried about the price just pirate it morons. So easy.

  5. Review - Opera for Windows (32-bit)

    11.00 Build 1145 Beta (Dec 15, 2010)

    The reason why intelligent people (and me) have more than one browser installed is so they can get the best features out of each one duh! For example, I use Opera for general web browsing, IE9 for when Opera doesn't work, and Firefox for when neither work. Simple, and not painstaking either.

    4.5 is my rating, but hell... it rounds off to 5

  6. Comment - Pale Moon 5 outshines sibling Firefox 5

    11.00 Build 1145 Beta (Jun 26, 2011 - 7:02 AM)

    For people who complain about the looks of the pale moon start page and how its name is 'pale' (omg, must be bad...), obviously you are more concerned about the visuals rather than the actual performance or functionality benefits.

    Palemoon is a great project, what 7 was to vista for browsers (not that firefox is as bad as vista...), one myself and probably some thousands of other people benefit from.

    Besides, you can easily change the start/homepage and whether or not you want tabs on top. I know I did.

  7. Comment - Firefox 4 downloads top 100 million

    11.00 Build 1145 Beta (Apr 23, 2011 - 12:41 PM)


  8. Comment - WinOptimizer 8 improves performance and live tuning

    11.00 Build 1145 Beta (Apr 4, 2011 - 5:05 AM)

    To be honest, I have never really liked popular tuning programs, especially ones with names such as 'winsecrets' or those which have recommendations from sites I have never heard of.

    My personal choice of tuning programs are:
    AVG tuneup 2011 (reg defrag, service optimize etc. but w/no eyecandy and efficient)
    Diskeeper 2011 (actually stops fragments from being created, low sys. rez. usage)
    Driver Genius professional 10 (again no eyecandy but very functional)
    and of course ccleaner for quick tasks.

  9. Comment - Would you pick Mark Zuckerberg as Person of the Year?

    11.00 Build 1145 Beta (Dec 16, 2010 - 5:22 AM)

    Julian Assange should have been first.
    Facebook is nice, but it's like a computer game; addictive, time consuming & and ultimately, pointless.